Annual “Beat the Bulldog” Stock Portfolio Contest

Please mark your calendars for the annual “Beat the Bulldog” Stock Portfolio Contest.

Who: Students, Faculty & Staff are invited to beat a portfolio created by the DSU Bulldog

When: Tuesday, September 22 at 2:00 pm & Wednesday, September 23 at 12:00 pm

Where: Sign-up will be in the Gambet Center Trading Room #248

Questions: Contact Mr. Bradley Barnhorst, ext. 1624,


September Faculty Colloquium

Faculty are invited to the first Faculty Colloquium of the academic year.  The faculty colloquia are informal presentations and vibrant interchanges showcasing topics relevant to the enrichment of the university’s community of scholars and teachers.   The first colloquium, titled “Gen Y at DeSales,” is scheduled for Wednesday, September 9 at 3:00 PM in Dooling Hall, room 128.   The presenter will be Dr. Scott Mattingly, Assistant Dean of Academic Life.

In this colloquium, we will discuss common characteristics of Gen Y (a.k.a. Millennials) students as well as the disconnect between Gen Y expectations and reality with regard to higher education. We will also consider how larger historical, economic, and generational trends have contributed to the emergence of these characteristics. Finally, we will explore manifestations of these characteristics in your courses, including challenges and opportunities. This presentation may serve as a precursor to future events at which concrete strategies for enhancing Gen Y student learning would be shared.

Refreshments will be served.  For additional information contact: John Bell, chair of the Academic Oversight Committee at:

Crime Log Availability

The Daily Crime Log, as required by the Clery Act, is available for viewing upon request at the DeSales University Police Administrative Offices on the second floor of the Father Lawless Center, from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm during the work week. The log contains the past 60 days of incidents and crimes reported to DeSales University Police. Any portion of the log that is older than 60 days will be made available within two business days of a request for public inspection.

Questions may be directed to:

Police Chief Steven Marshall at

Clery Coordinator Susan Anthony at

Water Main Break on Campus: Please Conserve Water

Due to a water main break on the Center Valley campus, water service to all buildings will be affected. Please conserve water. Crews are en route to the break for repair. Updates will be posted via e2Campus as they become available. 

E2Campus is the University’s primary means of mass notification utilized in a campus emergency. 

If have not done so already, please sign-up for e2Campus today at: (You’ll be glad you did, once the winter weather arrives, it’s the fastest way to hear about school closings and delays!)  

If you have previously signed up for e2Campus and did not receive the last night’s message, please email to have your username and password reset in the system.

E2Campus Instructions 

If you have any questions, please contact Dennis Rasley, Emergency Services Specialist at Ext. 1513 or